• Do you provide financing for tuition?

    We do not directly offer scholarships or funding, but we do connect Canadians to the latest scholarship and funding opportunities provided by our education partners, as well as funding made available by government and community organizations. To learn more about how to pay for your education, email us at hello@coursecompare.ca. You can also check out our database of Canadian technology scholarships and other financial resources.

  • Does CourseCompare.ca offer its own courses?

    CourseCompare.ca is an online marketplace featuring the best professional training programs from top educators across Canada. We do not offer our own courses, but we do help companies and schools design unique learning experiences of their own. To learn more, check out our Training Programs.

  • How will my personal information be used after I’ve selected a school?

    Course Compare is absolutely committed to protecting your privacy. To learn about how we collect, store, use and share information about our users, please read our Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use.

  • Is CourseCompare.ca free for users? How does your business model work?

    Yes, CourseCompare.ca is and forever shall be 100% user-free! Course Compare generates revenue through custom training programs we develop for organizations as well as advertising fees paid for by our education partners.

  • Can I apply to a coding bootcamp if I’m an international student?

    Most coding bootcamps do accept international students and do not require a visa to enroll. For more information, visit the Government of Canada’s webpage for International students who want to study in Canada. Do not rely on or expect coding bootcamps to help you obtain a work permit after graduation.

  • Should I learn in-class or online?

    Students learn best in structured learning environments, where instructors can help them set stretch goals and provide ongoing coaching and support. Also, students serious about advancing their careers prefer in-class learning over online courses because of the networking, mentorship and direct career support it provides. While the peer-to-peer environment of a classroom can help you quickly advance your skills, lower-cost and free online courses may make sense for you if you’re highly self-motivated or interested in exploring a variety of different topics at the same time.